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Old January 21st, 2013, 06:41 PM
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Emergency plans for pets

Have you considered that in case of any emergency such as a fire, flood, earthquake, hurricane, tornado we need emergency procedures that include our animals?
Having so many animal lovers on the board I imagine some of you do. Dog, cats, ferrets, rabbits, birds, fish, etc (farms could have a chapter of their own).
I want to create my emergency plan to include the cats, and they can be difficult to find, not respond to callings because they're scared, hiding.
I'd love if you could discuss about what's best and how to cope with some of the difficulties.
I'm not the kind of person that expects a catastrophe but I do believe in being ready in case of emergency, having myself witnessed earthquakes and hurricanes in the past.
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